Help needed regarding correct hardware choice

Hi all,

I have been constantly watching and understanding the GNUradio
group activity from last 4 months now. As a student (and a newbie for
GNUradio),
I feel now I am in position to start some practical work on it.

I am thinking of doing something with USRP and GNUradio especially
in 802.11 domain or something in Bluetooth. If you people can please
help me in
buying the hardware first.

According to my list, I need

  1.  USRP
    

package (revision – 4. Is this latest one, Is any revision anticipated
soon? If
yes, when?)

  1.  RFX2400
    

transreceiver daughterboard. How many do I need, 1 or 2? USRP should
support
two for 4 slots I believe

  1.  An
    

antenna, no idea at all, which one should I buy, help me out here please

  1.  Any
    

thing else???

I shall wait for your helpful replies,

Thanks in advance,

Regards

pp


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Parth Pathak wrote:

I am thinking of doing something with USRP and GNUradio especially
in 802.11 domain or something in Bluetooth. If you people can please help me in
buying the hardware first.

Make sure to re-read carefully Tom R.'s email of 5 December 2006
about the feasibility of this project.

I like the antennas you get from Hyperlink technologies:
http://www.hyperlinktech.com/web/24ghz_802.11_rubber_duck_antenna_7dbi_sm.php,
but their minimum order size is $100; Matt sells rubber-duck antennas on
the sales page as well, I believe. The patch antenna involves some
soldering, so make sure you know what you’re doing if you buy that one.

-Dan

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